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Derrol Adams: Folk Friends (1978, DEU), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU), Songs for Peace (1983, USA)

Aengus: Aengus (1978, IRL)

Aileach: Aileach (1975, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk Music (1976, IRL), Ard Rí (1977, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk (1980, USA)

John Aherne: At Home and Abroad (1974, IRL)

Benny Amdursky: Jerusalem of Gold — Songs of the Six Day War — Sung in Hebrew (1967, ISR), Jerusalem of Gold — Songs of the Six Day War — Sung in Hebrew (1968, USA), Jerusalem of Gold — Songs of the Six Day War — Sung in English (1973, ISR), Red River Valley (1982, ISR), Benny's Friends (1997, ISR), Benny Amdursky (2001, ISR), Ani Gitara (2004, ISR) — (also see The Dudaim, The Yarkon Trio & The Three'ngers)

Davey Arthur: Folk Friends (1978, DEU), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU), Hard Stuff (1989, CAN), Celtic Side Saddle (1994, UK), Cut To The Chase (1997, DEU) — (also see The Buskers & The Fureys)

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The Bachelors: Under And Over (1971, USA)

Bagatelle: Bagatelle (1980, IRL)

Bakerloo Junction: My Lagan Softly Flowing (1982, UK)

The Bards [Diarmuid O'Leary and the Bards]: Ireland's The Bards (1975, IRL), The Bards (Lanigan's Ball) (1980, IRL), The Bards (1984, IRL), The Bards Live (1985 IRL), Classic Irish Ballads (1986, IRL), Classic Irish Ballads (1994, IRL), Step It Out (1994, USA)

The Bards [2]: Irish Coffee (1975, USA)

Margaret Barry: Songs of an Irish Tinker Lady (Songs from the Hills of Donegal) (1956, USA)

The Battering Ram: A collection of Irish Rebel Songs (1972, USA) — (also see Declan Hunt)

Alex Beaton: Sings of Scotland Forever (1984, USA), I Have Seen the Highlands (1986, USA) — (also see The Cumberland Three)

The Beggarmen: Songs Of New England Irish Pubs - Volume One (1974, USA), Fox Hunt (1975, USA), The Beggarmen (1976, USA) — (also see Seamus Kennedy)

Brendan Behan: Sings Irish Folksongs and Ballads (1960, USA), Brendan Behan on Joyce (1962, USA)

Paddie Bell: Paddie Herself (1965, UK), I Know Where I'm Going (1968, UK) — (also see The Corrie Folk Trio)

Peter Bellamy: Both Sides Then (1979, UK)

Steve Benbow: Blow Boys Blow – Songs of Sea (1957, USA), Champions and Sporting Blades (1958, USA), Sinful Songs (1958, UK), Steve Benbow Folk Four – Volume Two (1959, UK), A Jug of Punch — Broadside Ballads Old and New (1960, UK), A Pinch of Salt — British Sea Songs Old and New (1960, UK), The Irish Rover (1961, UK), Gamblers and Sporting Blades (1962, UK), Topic Sampler 1 – Folk Songs (1964, UK), Songs of Ireland (1965, USA), Ireland Sings (1965, UK), Rebellion (1966, UK), Steve Benbow Sings Irish Songs (1970, UK), Steve Benbow Sings Irish and Other Songs (1977, UK)

The Billy Boys: Good Evening Everybody (1965, UK)

Mary Black: Mary Black (1983, IRL), Collected (1984, IRL), By the Time It Gets Dark (1987, IRL)

The Black Brothers: What A Time (1995, USA)

The Black Family: The Black Family (1986, IRL), Time For Touching Home (1989, IRL)

Blackeyed Biddy: Peace, Enjoyment, Love & Pleasure (1987, UK)

The Blacksmiths: Merrily Kissed the Quaker (1974, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk Music (1976, IRL), The Blacksmiths 2 (1976, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk (1980, USA)

Blackthorn: The Lid Of My Granny's Bin (1974, IRL), Against The Wind (1981, UK)

The Blarney Brothers: Under the Influence (1980, ZAF)

The Blarney Folk: In The Sound Of Ireland (1969, USA)

Bonnie Scots: Laugh and Cry (1969, CAN)

La Bottine Souriante: Je Voudrais Changer D'Chapeau (1988, CAN)

The Boys Of The Lough: Good Friends … Good Music (1977, USA), To Welcome Paddy Home (1985, USA)

Willie Brady: The Fabulous Willie Brady — Irish Street Singer (1958, USA), An Irish Evening with Willie Brady (1962, USA), If You're Irish! Songs by Willie Brady (1966, USA)

Anne Briggs: Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume One (1963, UK), The Iron Muse (1963, UK), Topic Sampler 1 - Folk Songs (1964, UK)

The Broadsiders: The Broadsiders (1970, UK)

Ronnie Browne: The First Time (1992, UK), Scots Wha Hae (Battle Songs Of Scotland) (1993, UK), Scottish Love Songs (1995, UK), Battle Songs And Ballads (1996, UK)

The Bucks: Dancin' To The Ceilí Band (1994, UK) — (also see Terry Woods & Ron Kavana)

Kevin Burke: If the Cap Fits (1978, IRL) — (also see The Bothy Band & Patrick Street)

Danny Burns: That's Another Story (2002, CAN)

Dave Burns: Last Pit in The Rhondda (1996, UK) — (also see The Hennessys & Ar Log)

The Buskers: The Life Of A Man (1973, UK), The Buskers (1974, IRL), Irish Folk Festival 1974 (1974, DEU), The 2nd Irish Folk Festival on Tour (1975, DEU)

Anne Byrne: The Rafters Ring at the Abbey Tavern (1965, UK), Jesse Owens and Anne Byrne with Seamus Gallagher (1966, UK), Ireland's Jesse Owens & Anne Byrne Sing Favorite Folk Ballads (1967, USA), I Chose the Green (1968, USA), Traditional Ballads (1970, IRL), Come By the Hills (1974, IRL)

Brendan Byrne: Toss the Feathers (1973, IRL)

Brian Byrne: Brian Byrne (1972, IRL)

Martin Brynes: Masters of Irish Music (1969, UK)

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The Caern Folk Trio: Introducing the Caern … A Collection of 'Scotch' Folk (1969, USA)

Isla Cameron: World Library of Folk & Primitive Music: Vol. III - England (1955, USA), English and Scottish Love Songs (1958, USA), Field Trip-England (1960, USA), The Waters Of Tyne (1961, USA), The Ballad of John Axon (1965, UK), The Big Hewer (1967, UK)

The Campbell Family: The Singing Campbells (1965, UK)

Bobby Campbell: Bold Robert Emmett & Song of the Fenian Brotherhood (1960, UK), Father Murphy & Erin Go Brah (1960, UK), Men of the West & Johnson's Motor Car (1960, UK), MacPherson's Rant & A Scottish Soldier (1960, UK), Freedom, Come All Ye (1966, UK), The Hale and the Hanged (1967, UK), Before and After (1967, UK), Folk Old and New (1968, UK), Wearing of the Green (1969, UK), Borderline (1969, UK), We Belong to Glasgow (1970, UK)

Ian Campbell: Farewell Nancy (1964, UK), Singing the Fishing (1966, UK), The Big Hewer (1967, UK), Tam O'Shanter (1968, UK), The Cock Doth Crow (1968, UK), The World of Folk (1971, UK), And Another Thing (1993, UK)

Lorna Campbell: The Cock Doth Crow (1968, UK), And Another Thing (1993, UK)

Jean Carignan: Jean Carignan (1973, CAN)

Bill Carson: Songs Of New England Irish Pubs - Volume One (1974, USA), Fox Hunt (1975, USA)

Sydney Carter: The Present Tense: Songs Of Sydney Carter (1968, UK), Folk Favourites (1970, UK)

Martin Carthy: Hootenanny in London (1963, UK), Nigel Denver (1964, UK), Alex Campbell (1965, UK), Moving On (1965, UK), A Cold Wind Blows (1966, UK), Rebellion! (1967, UK), Prince Heathen (1977, UK), Out of the Cut (1982, UK)

Na Casaidigh (The Cassidys): The Cassidys — Live!: (1985, USA)

Nadia Cattouse: Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume One (1963, UK), Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume Two (1964, UK), Festival Folk - Folk Festival (1964, UK), Songs Of Grief and Glory (1967, UK)

Celtic Thunder: Celtic Thunder (1981, USA), The Light Of Other Days (1988, USA), The Rights of Man - Concert for Joe Doherty (1990, USA), Hard New York Days (1995, USA)

Chapter 4: Hanging Around Stirling (1981, UK)

Cherish the Ladies: Cherish the Ladies - Irish Women Musicians in America (1985, USA), Fathers and Daughters - Irish Traditional Music in America (1985, USA), The Rights of Man: Concert for Joe Doherty (1990, USA), Tommy Makem and Friends in Concert (1992, USA), At Home (1999, USA), The Girls Wont Leave the Boys Alone (2001, USA)

Chisel: Chisel — Starring at Jury's Irish Cabaret (1985, IRL), The Gospel According To (Pete) St. John (1986, IRL)

The City Ramblers Skiffle Group: City Ramblers Skiffle Group (1956, UK), Skiffle (1957, UK)

Claddagh: Two For The Road (1984, USA) — (also see The Barleycorn)

Peg Clancy: The Lark In The Morning (1956, USA), So Early In The Morning (1960, USA), Songs from Ireland (1961, USA), Peg Clancy Power (1962, USA), As We Roved Out (1964, UK)

The Clutha: Sheath and Knife (1978, UK)

The Clydesiders: A Touch of the Clydesiders (1981, UK)

Shirley Collins A Jug of Punch — Broadside Ballads Old and New (1960, UK), A Pinch of Salt — British Sea Songs Old and New (1960, UK), Folk Songs: An Anthology - Topic Sampler 2 (1966, UK), The World of Folk — Volume Two (1973, UK)

Walt Conley: Folk Song Festival at Exodus (1959, USA), Passin' Through With … (1961, USA), Listen What He's Saying (1963, USA)

Billy Connolly: Matt McGinn Again (1967, UK), First Collection Of Merry Melodies (1969, UK), If It Wasnae For Your Wellies! (1974, UK), The Welly Boot Song & Sergeant, Where's Mine? (1974, UK), Words and Muisc (1975, UK), Atlantic Bridge (1976, UK), Billy And Albert (1987, USA), Irish Heartbeat & Under Pressure (1990, UK), 30 Years A-Greying (1992, IRL)

Brian Connolly: Magic! Live at the Blarney Stone! (1979, USA)

Francie Conway: Boss Murphy's Spirit of Cork (1998, IRL), The Green Album (2000, IRL)

Val Cooke: Boss Murphy's Spirit of Cork (1998, IRL)

Bob and Ron Copper: World Library of Folk & Primitive Music: Vol. III - England (1955, USA), A Jug of Punch — Broadside Ballads Old and New (1960, UK), A Pinch of Salt — British Sea Songs Old and New (1960, UK), Songs of Courtship: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 1 (1961, USA), Jack of All Trades: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 3 (1961, USA), Sailormen and Servingmaids: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 6 (1961, USA), English Shepherd and Farming Songs (1964, USA)

The Corrib Folk: The Corrib Folk (1975, UK), Sing Irish Men Sing (1976, UK), Ireland's Corrib Folk (1977, USA), At The Crossroads (1981, USA)

Phil Coulter: Words & Music (1989, USA)

Dave Cousins: Cockney Party! (1965, UK), Songs of Ireland (1965, USA), This is Alex Campbell- Volume One (1971, UK), This is Alex Campbell - Volume Two (1971, UK), With The Greatest Respect (1987, UK)

Harry Cox: Field Trip-England (1960, USA), The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 5: The Child Ballads 2 (1969, UK), Fair Game and Fowl: Folk Songs of Britain: Volume 7 (1970, UK)

Crubeen: Eagle's Whistle (1976, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk (1980, USA), Crubeen (1978, IRL) — (also see The Long Kesh Ramblers)

The Cumberland Three: Introducing The Cumberland Three (1964, UK)

Tony Cummins: Cummins & Goins (1999, USA)

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Tom Dahill: From St. Paul To Donegal (1986, USA), The Ragged Hank Of Yarn (1988, USA)

Bob Davenport: Wor Geordie (1962, UK), Hootenanny in London (1963, UK), The Iron Muse (1963, UK), Sea Shanties (1963, UK), Farewell Nancy (1964, UK), Folksound of Britain (1965, UK), Men at Work - Topic Sampler 3 (1966, UK), The Fight Game (1967, UK), Pals of My Cradle Days (1973, UK)

Billy Davidson: Two Heided Man Strikes Again (1974, UK), A Better Class of Folk (1975, UK), Screwtops Are Falling On My Head (1975, UK), On The Road (1976, UK)

Ian Davison: The Jeely Piece Song & An Auld Man Cam Coortin Me (1968, UK), I Was Born In Glasgow (1991, UK)

The Dayhills: The Dayhills Irish Band (1975, USA), Mom's Favorite Irish Music In America (1976, USA), The Dear Little Isle (1977, USA), The Dayhills Irish Band [2] (1978, USA)

Damien Dempsey: Luke Kelly - The Performer (2005, IRL), The Last Session — A Fond Farewell (2008, IRL)

Sandy Denny: Alex Campbell and His Friends (1967, UK), Been On The Road So Long: The Anthology (2005, UK), 19 Rupert Street (2011, UK)

Liam Devally: Irish Patrol (1964, IRL)

Robbie Doherty: Fare Thee Well, Donegal (1984, IRL)

Donal Donnelly: Take The Name Of Donnelly (1968, USA)

Donnybrook Fair: Tunnel Tigers (1981, USA)

Malachy Doris: Irish Hornpipes (1962, UK), Dancing Thro' Ireland's Hit Parade (1977, UK)

Drops Of Brandy: Drops of Brandy (Folk And Traditional) (1980, IRL)

The Dublin Legends: An Evening with the Dublin Legends: Live In Vienna (2014, AUT), Perform the Dublin Sessions (2016, AUT)

Pecker Dunne: The Gatecrashers (1967, IRL), Introducing The Pecker Dunne (1976, IRL)

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Steve Earle: Copperhead Road [LP ], [CD] (1988, USA), Copperhead Road (2016, USA)

Éire Óg: Live At The Brazen Head (1997, UK)

Emmet Spiceland : Mary From Dunloe & Hava Nagila (1968, IRL), "Mary From Dunloe" & other Irish Folk Hits (1968, UK), The First … (1968, UK), The First … (1969, CAN), The Emmet Spiceland Album (1977, IRL), Stars and Songs of Ireland (1980, UK)

The Emmettones: History, Bold Robert Emmett & Song of the Fenian Brotherhood (1960, UK), Father Murphy & Erin Go Brah (1960, UK), Men of the West & Johnson's Motor Car (1960, UK), MacPherson's Rant & A Scottish Soldier (1960, UK)

Seamus Ennis: World Library of Folk & Primitive Music: Vol. I - Ireland (1955, USA), The Bonny Bunch of Roses (1956, USA), As I Roved Out (Field Trip-Ireland) (1960, USA), A Jug Of Punch (1960, UK), A Pinch of Salt (1960, UK), So Early In The Morning (1960, USA), Tradition Folk Sampler (1960, USA), Jack of All Trades: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 3 (1961, USA), Sailormen and Servingmaids: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 6 (1961, USA), Traditional Music at Newport 1964 Part Two (1965, USA)

Evans & Doherty: Live At The Lunenburg Folk Festival (1988, CAN), Sailors On The Asphalt Sea (19,94 CAN), Shine On Brighter (1996, CAN), Sailing Ships & Sailing Men (2000, CAN)

The Exiles: Freedom, Come All Ye (1966, UK), The Hale and the Hanged (1967, UK)

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John Faulkner: The Angry Muse (1968, UK), The Wanton Muse (1968, UK), Paper Stage, Record One (1969, UK), Paper Stage, Record Two (1969, UK), The World of Folk (1971, UK), The Travelling People (1969, UK), Solo Flight (1972, UK), The World Of Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger - Volume Two (1972, UK), There Was A Maid (1978, UK), Broken Hearted I'll Wander (1981, USA), Farewell To Eirinn (1981, USA), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU), Sail Og Rua (1985, USA), Kind Providence (1986, USA)

The Fivepenny Piece: The Fivepenny Piece (1972, UK)

Cilla Fisher: Traditional & New Songs from Scotland (1966, UK), Songs Of The Fishing (1983, UK)

Ray Fisher: Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume One (1963, UK), The Iron Muse (1963, UK), Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume Two (1964, UK), Festival Folk - Folk Festival (1964, UK), The Hoot'nanny Show - Volume One (1964, UK), The Hoot'nanny Show - Volume Two (1964, UK), Traditional & New Songs from Scotland (1966, UK), Folk Songs: An Anthology - Topic Sampler 2 (1966, UK), A Prospect of Scotland - Topic Sampler 5 (1966, UK), Willie's Lady (1982, USA)

The Flanagan Brothers: Irish Delight (1979, UK)

The Flying Column: Folk Music Time In Ireland [1] (1970, UK), Folk Music Time In Ireland [2] (1970, UK), Four Green Fields (1971, UK), Four Green Fields (1979, USA)

Sean Fogarty and Patrick O'Neill: Ireland Boys Hurrah! (1968, USA)

Foster & Allen: Bunch Of Thyme (1980, IRL), The Blacksmith (1981, IRL), At the Top with (1981, IRL), The Foster & Allen Selection (1982, IRL), Bunch Of Thyme (1982, UK), Maggie (1983, UK), I Will Love You All Of My Life (1983, UK)

Freedom Fighters: Irish Rebel Songs (1967, UK), A Nation Once Again! (1967, UK)

The Freemen: On The One Road (1971, UK), Lark in the Morning (1971, UK)

Eddie Furey: Guaranteed Ronnie Drew (1978, IRL), — (also see Finbar & Eddie Furey & The Fureys)

George Furey: Tomorrow We Part (1979, UK), Connected (2000, UK), — (also see The Buskers & The Fureys)

Ted Furey: Toss the Feathers (1973, IRL), Irish Folk Festival 1974 (1974, DEU), The 2nd Irish Folk Festival on Tour (1975, DEU)

The Furey Family: The Furey Family (1977, DEU)

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Colm Gallagher: The Dove (1977, USA), New Songs (1978, USA)

The Gallowglass Ceili Band: Irish Reels (1959, IRL)

Dick Gaughan: Take Me Back to The Jungle (1971, UK), Gaughan (1978, USA), Songs Of Ewan MacColl (1978, USA), Live and Studio (1979, DEU), Handful Of Earth (1981, UK), Parallel Lines (1983, USA), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU), A Different Kind of Love Song (1984, USA), Songs for Peace (1983, USA), The Greatest Ceilidhband You Ever Saw (1984, DNK), Live In Edinburgh (1985, UK), Now and Then (1986, UK), A' The Bairns O Adam (2003, UK), McCalman Singular — Songs by Ian McCalman, Sung by Friends (2004, UK)

Joe Glazer: Old Folks Ain't All The Same (1986, USA)

The Glenfolk Four: The Glenfolk Four (1964, USA)

The Glesca Eskimos: Ding Dong Dollar (1962, USA), , Scottish Republican Songs (1969, UK)

The Go Lucky Four: Irish Capers (1967, USA)

Joe Gordon Folk Four: Joe Gordon Folk Four (1959, UK), Scotland's Joe Gordon Folk Four (1964, USA),

Brendan Grace: His Grace … At Liberty (1974, IRL), Dublin Songs: The Official Millennium Album (1988, IRL)

Len Graham : Do Me Justice (1983, IRL), Ye Lovers All (1984, IRL), Come Fill Up Your Glasses (1998, CAN), Who Fears to Speak (1998, IRL)

A Green Light: A Green Light (1988, IRL)

The Grehan Sisters: Here's To The Irish (1968, UK)

Roy Guest: Cockney Party! (1965, UK), Folksound of Britain (1965, UK)

Roy Gullane: Not Only, But Also (1990, NDL) — (also see the Tannahill Weavers)

Israel Gurion: Israel (1970, USA), Benny's Friends (1997, ISR), Shirat Hadudaim (2013, ISR), Shirat Hadudaim 2 (2018, ISR)

Gwendal: Gwendal (1978, CAN)

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David Hammond: I Am the Wee Falorie Man — Folk Songs of Ireland (1959, USA); The Singer's House (1980, USA)

Owen Hand: Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume One (1963, UK), Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume Two (1964, UK)

Johnny Handle: The Collier's Rant (1962, UK), Northumbrian Garland (1962, UK), Revival In Britain — Volume One (1962, USA), Stottin' Doon The Waall (1962, UK), A Cold Wind Blows (1966, UK), Folk Songs: An Anthology - Topic Sampler 2 (1966, UK), Men at Work - Topic Sampler 3 (1966, UK), Along The Coaly Tyne (1968, UK)

Mick Hanly: Celtic Folkweave (1974, IRL), A Kiss in the Morning Early (1980, USA), As I Went Over Blackwater (1981, USA), H-Block (1980, IRL), Live Hearts (1983, IRL), All I Remember (1989, IRL), Warts And All (1991, IRL)

Mike Hanrahan: Finbar Furey (2009, USA) — (also see Ronnie Drew & Stockton's Wing)

Frank Harte: Dublin Street Songs (1968, UK), Through Dublin City (1973, UK), … and Listen To My Song (1975, IRL), Daybreak and Candle-End (1987, IRL)

Gemma Hasson: Introducing Ireland's Gemma Hasson (1974, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk Music (1976, IRL), The Best of Irish Folk (1980, USA)

Joe Heaney: The Travelling People (1969, UK), Seosamh Ó hÉanaí (1971, IRL), Joe and the Gabe: Songs and Music of Galway (1979, USA)

Frank Hennessy: Frank Hennessy with the Cardiff Rugby Supporters Club (1980, UK), Thoughts and Memories (1987, UK), Thoughts and Memories (1988, UK) — (also see The Hennessys)

Noel Henry's Irish Showband: Half Crown and Other Humorous Irish Songs (1983, USA), Peace on Erin’s Green Shore (1983, USA)

Chris Henshaw: There Are No Strangers Here Only Friends You Have Not Met (1970, USA), The Irish Troubadour (1973, USA), Songs Of New England Irish Pubs - Volume One (1974, USA)

Hill 16: Hill 16 (1984, USA)

Wallace House: Irish Songs of Resistance — The Great Rebellion (1956, USA)

The Humblebums: First Collection Of Merry Melodies (1969, UK)

Willie Hunter & Ronnie Cooper: Shetland and the Fiddle (1967, UK)

Declan Hunt: Stick 'Em Up (1970, IRL), Irish Songs Of Freedom — Volume 3 (1971, IRL), Men Behind The Wire (1972, IRL), The Lid Of My Granny's Bin (1974, IRL) — (also see The Battering Ram)

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The Irish Balladeers: The Molly Maguires (1968, USA), Irish Drinking Songs (1969, USA), Irish Rebel Songs (1970, USA), We Don't Mind If We Do (1975, USA), Once Upon a Time (1979, USA), The Last Barnesville Waltz (1987, USA)

The Irish Breakdown: In Sunshine Or In Shadow (1983, USA)

The Irish Brigade: The Pair of Us (1977, USA), Live at the Waterhole (1978, USA), One for the Road (1979, USA), Down in the Wee Room (1980, USA), Limerick Town (1981, USA), Live at the Half Time Rec (2003, USA)

The Irish Minstrels: Fiddlers Green (197?, USA), Irish All Star Revue (1972, USA)

Irish Mist: Rosin The Bow (1975, UK), Second Time Round (1982, UK)

The Irish Ramblers: The Patriot Game (1963, USA)

The Irish Rebels: The Rebel Songs Of Ireland (1971, IRL), The Rebel Songs Of Ireland — Volume 2 (1974, IRL)

The Irish Tradition [1]: Irish Folk Songs In Progression (1973, USA)

The Irish Tradition [2]: Volume One — Catchin' The Tune (1976, USA), Corner House (1978, USA), The Times We've Had (1985, USA)

The Islanders: The Islanders [Keep Left] (1965, UK), The Islanders [2] (1968, UK), Patterns Of Folk (1971, UK)

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The Jolly Beggarmen: The Jolly Beggarmen (1974, IRL), At Home and Abroad (1974, IRL), 20 Irish Drinking Songs – Volume Tw (1978, IRL), The Very Best of Irish Rebel Songs – Volume One (1979, IRL), 20 Great Irish Drinking Songs (1980, IRL), 20 Irish Drinking Songs – Volume Two (1980, IRL), The Very Best Of Irish Rebel Songs (1988, USA), 20 or More Irish Ballads (1989, IRL)

The Jolly Tinkermen: Irish and Proud of It, UK) (1968, UK), Ourselves Alone, UK) (1968, UK), Irish and Proud of It (1969, CAN), Ourselves Alone (1969, CAN), From Ireland - Irish Patriotic Songs (1970, USA), Irish and Proud of It (1970, USA), Smash Internment (1972, IRL)

Steve & Peter Jones: Steve & Peter Jones (1985, USA)

Wizz Jones: Folk Friends (1978, DEU), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU)

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Ron Kavana: If I Should Fall From Grace With God (1988, UK), Think Like A Hero (1989, UK), Coming Days (1991, UK), Home Fire (1991, UK), Dancin' To The Ceilí Band (1994, UK)

Dolores Keane: There Was A Maid (1978, UK), Broken Hearted I'll Wander (1981, USA), Farewell To Eirinn (1981, USA), Sail Og Rua (1985, USA)

Seán Keane: Traditional Music and Song (1970, IRL), Traditional Ballads (1970, IRL), Gusty's Frolicks (1975, IRL), Hard Stuff (1989, CAN) — (also see Ceoltóirí Cualann & The Chieftains)

Paddy Keenan: Merrily Kissed the Quaker (1974, IRL), Paddy Keenan (1975, IRL), The Blacksmiths 2 (1976, IRL), High Kings of Tara (1980, IRL), Raised on Songs and Stories (1980, USA) — (also see The Bothy Band)

Norman Kennedy: A Prospect of Scotland (Topic Sampler5) (1966, UK), Ballads and Songs of Scotland (1968, USA), Mariposa Folk Festival 1976 (1977, CAN)

Seamus Kennedy: Fox Hunt (1975, USA), The Beggarmen (1976, USA), Raise Your Weary Hearts (1980, USA), Seamus Kennedy Live! (1982, USA)

Enoch Kent: The Work of the Reivers (1959, UK), The Work of the Reivers – Volume 2 (1960, UK), Irish Rebel Songs [1] (1963, UK), [2] (1963, UK), Freedom, Come All Ye (1966, UK), The Hale and the Hanged (1967, UK), Mariposa Folk Festival 1976 (1977, CAN)

Sandra Kerr: The Angry Muse (1968, UK), Paper Stage, Record One (1969, UK), Paper Stage, Record Two (1969, UK), The World of Folk (1971, UK), The World Of Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger - Volume Two (1972, UK)

The Kerries: The Kerries (1967, UK)

Danny Kyle: Unity Creates Strength (1972, UK), Live - Ah'll Get Ye! (1975, UK), Heroes and Soft Targets (1998, UK)

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The Laggan: Unity Creates Strength (1972, UK), The Music Of Scotland (1974, USA), I Am the Common Man (1976, UK), A' The Bairns O Adam (2003, UK)

Robin Laing: Edinburgh Skyline (1989, UK)

Kathleen Largey Thompson: The Price of Justice (1975, IRL), The Price of Justice (1979, USA), Legion Of The Rear Guard (1980, USA)

The Leprechauns: Up With The Irish (1981, ZAF)

Lick The Tins: In The Middle Of The Night (1987, UK), Blind Man On A Flying Horse (1991, UK)

Lilty Mist: Songs To Warm Your Heart (1983, USA)

Lochan: Lochan (1983, UK)

Long Kesh Ramblers: Songs of the Irish People (1974, IRL) — (also see Crubeen)

Chris Lucas: Chris Lucas (1990, USA)

The Ludlows: The Rafters Ring at the Abbey Tavern (1966, IRL), The Sea Around Us (1966, IRL), The Wind and the Sea (1966, UK), The Wind and the Sea (1970, UK), Irish Folk (1967, UK), Stars and Songs of Ireland (1980, IRL)

Tim Lyons: Easter Snow (1978, USA)

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Kirsty MacColl: Hot Blast (1978, USA), A New England (1984, UK), Fairytale Of New York (1987, UK), If I Should Fall From Grace With God (1988, UK), Peace and Love (1989, UK), Miss Otis Regrets (1990, UK), Red, Hot & Blue (1990, UK), The Very Best of the Pogues (2001, UK), Just Look Them In The Eye And Say … POGUEMAHONE!! (2013, UK)

Jimmie Macgregor: Bless 'Em All and other British Army Songs (1958, USA), Barrack Room Ballads (1958, UK), Sinful Songs (1958, UK), Steve Benbow Folk Four — Volume Two (1959, UK), A Jug Of Punch (1960, UK), A Pinch of Salt (1960, UK), British Army Songs (1962, USA), Barrack Room Ballads (1963, UK), Bundook Ballads (1965, UK), Singing Our Own (1970, UK), Folk Songs of Scotland (1981, UK)

Dougie MacLean: Are Ye Sleeping Maggie (1976, UK), Big Daddy Of Folk Music (1976, DEU), CRM (1979, UK), Wild and Beautiful (1982, USA), The Alex Campbell Tribute Concert (1997, UK)

Liam Maguire: Singin' Mr. Maguire (1970, IRL), Irish Fauourites (1975, CAN), Songs For Ireland (1987, USA)

Sarah Makem: The Lark In The Morning (1956, USA), As I Roved Out (Field Trip-Ireland) (1960, USA), Ulster's Flowery Vale (1969, UK), Fair Game and Fowl: Folk Songs of Britain: Volume 7 (1970, UK)

The Makems: The Makems At Home (1981, UK)

Mark's Men: Stick 'Em Up (1970, IRL)

Ray McAreavey: Men Behind The Wire (1972, IRL), The Blood Stained Bandage (1976, IRL), Songs from the Heart (2000), — also see The Freemen, The Wolfhound & The Pikemen)

Ian McCalman: McCalman Singular — Songs by Ian McCalman, Sung by Friends (2004, UK)

Brian McCormick: Sings Songs Of Irish Freedom And Other Requests (1985, IRL) — (also see the Barleycron)

Gordeanna McCulloch: Sheath and Knife (1978, UK)

Gordon McCulloch: Nigel Denver (1978, UK), Singing the Fishing (A Radio Ballad) (1966, UK), Freedom, Come All Ye (1966, UK), The Hale and the Hanged (1967, UK), The Fight Game (A Radio Ballad) (1967, UK)

Alastair McDonald: Music Of The Highlands (1977, UK), Glencoe and Other Requests (1983, UK)

Eugene McEldowney: James Connolly the Irish Rebel (1968, IRL)

Owen McDonagh and The Bogside Men: Songs Of Irish Civil Rights (1970, UK), The Lid Of My Granny's Bin (1974, IRL)

Johnny McEvoy: Sounds Like McEvoy (1973, CAN), Johnny McEvoy (1975, CAN), 20 Greatest Hits (1979, IRL)

Rory and Alex McEwen: Great Scottish Ballads (1956, USA), Scottish Songs and Ballads (1957, USA), Hootenannie 1 (1963, UK)

Fee McGorman: Songs of the Irish Republic (1970, UK)

Paddy McGuigan: My Country My Songs and Me (1975, IRL) — (also see the Barleycron)

Sean McGuire: Ireland's Champion Traditional Fiddler (1977, UK), Now and Then (1986, UK)

Adam McNaughtan: Words Words Words (1983, UK), The Glasgow That I Used To Know (1988, UK), Last Stand At Mount Florida (1996, UK), A' The Bairns O Adam (2003, UK)

Brian McNeill: Handful Of Earth (1981, UK), Gentle Persuasion (1988, UK), Risks and Roses (1991, UK), Peace, Enjoyment, Love & Pleasure (1993, UK), Stage By Stage (1995, UK), Cut To The Chase (1997, DEU), The Emigrant & the Exile (1997, UK), Live & Kicking (2000, DEU), Generations Of Change (2004, USA)

McPeake Family: The McPeake Family of Belfast (1959, USA), As I Roved Out (Field Trip-Ireland) (1960, USA), A Jug of Punch: Broadside Ballads Old and New (1960, UK), Songs of Courtship: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 1 (1961, USA), Jack of All Trades: The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 3 (1961, USA), Topic Sampler No. 1: Folk Songs (1964, UK), Irish Folk (1964, UK), Folksound of Britain (1965, UK), Introducing the McPeake Family (1965, USA), Topic Sampler No. 3: Men at Work (1966, UK), Topic Sampler No. 4: From Erin's Green Shore (1966, UK)

Ralph McTell: Live (1978, UK), Christy Moore and Friends (1981, IRL), RTÉ's Festival Folk – Volume 2 (1982, IRL), Words & Music (1989, USA), From Clare To Here: The Songs Of Ralph McTell (1991, USA), Luke – The Performer (2005, IRL)

Ewan McVicar: I Was Born In Glasgow (1991, UK)

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Men (People) of No Property: This Is Free Belfast! (1971, USA), Ballads from Behind the Barricades (1975, UK), England's Vietnam (1975, UK), Ireland - The Fight Goes On (1976, UK), England's Vietnam — Irish Songs of Resistance (1977, USA), Ireland: The Final Struggle (1977, USA), Brits Out — Irish Revolutionary Songs (1978, UK)

Will Millar: The Unicorn & When I Was Single (1963, CAN), Make Believe Days (1976, CAN), The Keeper (1994, CAN), Rogues & Romancers (1995, AUS), Rogues & Romancers (1996, CAN), Songs from My Irish Rovings (1997, USA), Will Millar and Some Mad Irishmen (1998, USA), Irish Gold (1999, USA) — (also see the Irish Rovers)

Ed Miller: Border Background (1989, USA), Live At The Cactus Cafe (1995, USA), Generations Of Change (2004, USA)

The Minstrel Boys: The Minstrel Boys at Brock's (1970s, USA)

Paddy Moloney: Tin Whistles (1974, IRL), Gusty's Frolicks (1975, IRL), Dublin Songs (1988, IRL), Voyage (1989, IRL) Irish Memories (1993, USA), — (also see Ceoltóirí Cualann & The Chieftains)

The Moonshiners: The Moonshiners (1968, IRL)

Barry Moore: Anti-Nuclear (1979, IRL)

The Morrissseys: Ireland's Morrisseys (1979, IRL), The Old Rustic Bridge By The Mill (1983, IRL), The Morrisseys On Stage (1984, IRL)

Johnny Moynihan: Sweeney's Men (1968, UK), The Tracks of Sweeney's Men (1969, UK), Cold Blow and the Rainy Night (1974, UK), The Planxty Collection (1976, UK), Selected Jigs Reels and Songs (1977, UK), Sweeney's Men (1978, IRL), Best of Dé Danann (1984, USA), The Legend of Sweeney's Men (1988, UK), O'Donoghue's Opera (1998, IRL), Between the Jigs and the Reels: A Retrospective (2016, EU), The Early Years 1969-81 (2020, IRL)

The Mulligans: Mulligan Stew (1982, USA), The Best of The Mulligans (1996, USA)

Maeve Mulvany: Rebellion at Easter (1966, UK), Live at the Embankment (1967, IRL), Irish Rebel Ballads (1972, USA)

Maeve Mulvany & Butch Moore: Recorded Live at Matt Kane's (1970, USA), 51 Irish Favorites (1971, USA), Irish All Star Revue (1972, USA)

John Munro: Plain and Simple (1981, UK), Scraps of Paper (1982, AUS), Scraps of Paper (1983, UK), Scraps of Paper (1983, USA), When the Wind Blows (1984, AUS), Hard Hard Times (1985, DEU), In Concert (1985, AUS), Singing the Spirit Home (1986, AUS), Something Of Value (1988, UK), Voices in the Wilderness (1991, UK), Mirrors (1993, AUS), I Wrote This Wee Song (1994, UK), The Emigrant & the Exile (1997, UK), At This Stage: The Live Collection (2005, UK)

Delia Murphy: The Queen of Connemara (1961, USA), Delia Murphy (1977, USA)

Muzsikás: The Prisoner's Song (1988, USA), Blues For Transylvania (1990, USA), Morning Star (1997, USA)

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Na Comharsana: The Thrashing Machine (2005, IRL)

Napper Tandy: Napper Tandy - Live (1985, IRL)

Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill: Lament (1992, UK), Journey: The Best of Dónal Lunny (2000, IRL)

Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: Celtic Folkweave (1974, IRL), A Kiss in the Morning Early (1980, USA), The Gathering (1981, USA), Journey: The Best of Dónal Lunny (2000, IRL)

North Sea Gas: Those So Dearly Held (1981, UK), Scottish Destiny (1993, UK), Power of Scotland (1996, UK)

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Robbie O'Connell — (see The Clancy Brothers)

Al O'Donnell: The Rafters Ring at the Abbey Tavern (1965, IRL), Live at the Embankment (1967, IRL), Al O'Donnell 2 (1978, UK)

Eugene O'Donnell: Mick Moloney (1978, USA), Uncommon Bonds (1984, USA)

Liam O'Flynn: The Brendan Voyage (1980, IRL) — (also see Planxty)

The Old Triangle: Three Sheets to the Wind (1982, USA), The Grand Affair (1984, USA)

The Ormonde Folk: The Truly Irish (1971, UK)

Seán Ó Sé: The Best of Jimmy Crowley & Stoker's Lodge (1988, IRL) — (also see Ceoltóirí Cualann)

Billy Oskay and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Nightnoise (1984, USA)

Oyster Band: Liberty Hall (1985, UK)

More Folk Music: P

Charles Parker: Whaler out of New Bedford (1962, USA), Revival In Britain — Volume One (1962, USA), The Ballad of John Axon (1965, UK), Singing the Fishing (1966, UK), The Big Hewer (1967, UK), The Fight Game (1967, UK), The Travelling People (1969, UK)

Patrick Street: Patrick Street (1986, USA), No. 2 Patrick Street (1988, USA), Irish Times (1990, USA)

The Parvarim (Haparvarim): Israel Song Festival 1965 (1965, CAN), Favorite Israeli Folk Songs (1967, ISR), Yesh Lee Ahava (I Have a Love) (1968, ISR), Songs from King Solomon's Song of Songs (1969, ISR), The Parvarim Sing Simon And Garfunkel (1972, ISR), The Dudaim and The Parvarim (1985, ISR), Benny's Friends (1997, ISR)

John Pearse: One More City (1968, UK), Folk '68 (1968, UK)

Dave Pegg: The Circle Game (1968, UK), The Ian Campbell Folk Group with Dave Swarbrick (1969, UK)

Dave Phillips: CEILIDH at the Crown (1962, UK), Songs Of Protest (1962, UK), This is the Ian Campbell Folk Group (1963, UK), The Ian Campbell Folk Group (1963,USA), Presenting the Ian Campbell Folk Group (1964, UK), Irish Folk Night (1964, UK)

The Pikemen: Lonesome Boatmen (1978, CAN)

Pearse Plunkett (Pierce McAllorum): Balladsheet One (1975, IRL) — (also see Dublin City Ramblers)

Dick Poons: One More City (1966, UK), This is Alex Campbell - Volume One (1971, UK), With The Greatest Respect (1987, UK)

Seán Potts: Tin Whistles (1974, IRL), Lament (1992, UK), — (also see Ceoltóirí Cualann & The Chieftains)

The Press Gang: The Press Gang (1975, IRL)

Noel Purcell: Brendan Behan & Rare Ould Times (1978, IRL)

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The Quare Fellas: At Home (1969, UK), The Quare Fellas (1969, POL), A Fond Tale (1970, UK)

Stephen Quigg: Voice Of My Island (1993, UK) — (also see The McCalmans)

More Folk Music: R

Reflection: The Present Tense: Songs Of Sydney Carter (1968, UK)

The Reivers: The Work of the Reivers (1959, UK), The Work of the Reivers - Volume 2 (1960, UK)

Frank Ritchie: The Singing Ulsterman (1965, USA)

Roaring Jack: Street Celtabillity (1987, AUS)

Bob Roberts: A Pinch of Salt — British Sea Songs Old and New (1960, UK), Field Trip-England (1960, USA)

John Roberts & Tony Barrand: Songs & Sounds Of The Sea (1973, USA), Clearwater (1974, USA), Mellow With Ale from the Horn (1975, USA), The Audience Pleased (1976, USA), Clearwater II (1977, USA)

Jeannie Robertson: Songs of a Scots Tinker Lady (1960, USA), The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 5: The Child Ballads 2 (1969, UK), Fair Game and Fowl: Folk Songs of Britain: Volume 7 (1970, UK)

Colin Ross: The Iron Muse (1963, UK), The Collier's Rant (1962, UK), Northumbrian Garland (1962, UK), Along The Coaly Tyne (1968, UK), Topic Sampler 1 – Folk Songs (1964, UK), Men at Work - Topic Sampler 3 (1966, UK)

Leon Rosselson: Down by the Liffeyside (1959, UK), Last Leaves of Traditional Ballads (1960, UK), The Galliards (1960, UK), Scottish Choice (1961, UK), A Rovin' (1962, UK), Two Heids Are Better Than Yin! (1962, USA), England's Great Folk Group (1963, USA), Songs for Peace (1983, USA), I Didn't Mean It! (1988, UK)

Leon Rosselson & Roy Bailey: That's Not the Way It's Got to Be (1975, UK), If I Knew Who The Enemy Was … (1979, UK), Songs for Peace (1983, USA)

Leo Rowsome: The Irish Patrol & Fine Girl You Are (1964, IRL), Classics of Irish Piping (1976, UK)

Micho Rusell: Irish Folk Festival 1974 (1974, DEU), The 2nd Irish Folk Festival on Tour (1975, DEU)

The Russell Family: The Russell Family of Doolin, County Clare (1975, UK)

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Colum Sands: Unapproved Road (1981, UK), Songs for Peace (1983, USA) — (also see the Sands Family)

Tommy Sands: Singing of the Times (1985, UK), Beyond the Shadows (1992, USA), Singing of the Times (1993, USA), The Hearts' A Wonder (1995, USA) — (also see the Sands Family)

Gilles Servat: Gilles Servat (1973, CAN), Sur les Quais de Dublin (1996, FRA), Touche pas la blanche Hermine - En Concert (1998, FRA)

Sharon Shannon: Journey: The Best of Dónal Lunny (2000, IRL)

Brush Shiels: Fields of Athenry (1988, IRL), I Don't Know (1990, IRL)

Brendan Shine: Brendan Shine (1984, IRL)

Johnny Silvo: Alex Campbell and His Friends (1967, UK), Live From London (1973, UK), Time Enough To Spare (1977, UK), In The Spotlight — "Live In Concert" (1983, UK), Alex Campbell Tribute Concert (1997, UK)

Rod Sinclair: Det Er Godt At Se Dig (1979, DNK), The Alex Campbell Tribute Concert (1997, UK)

Sixteen Ninety-One: Irish Folk Songs (1973, FRA)

Michael Snow: Never Say No to a Jar (2003, USA)

Sons Of Erin: Sons of Erin (1970, CAN), Progressive, Traditional, Revivalist Material (1970, CAN), The Town I Loved So Well (1975, CAN)

Davey Speirs: A Cold Wind Blows (1966, UK), Tonight At The Attic (1966, UK), A Man Of Constant Sorrow (1969, UK)

Andy M. Stewart: By the Hush (1983, USA), Fire in the Glen (1985, USA), Dublin Lady (1987, USA), Man in the Moon (1994, USA), Donegal Rain (1997, USA)

Redd Sullivan: Hootenanny in London (1963, UK), Sea Shanties (1963, UK), Farewell Nancy (1964, UK), Hosts of the Troubadour with Friends (1971, UK)

Sullivan's Gypsies: The Leprechaun (1969, UK), The Leprechaun (1970, UK), Sullivan's Gypsies (1970, CAN)

Susan & Fran: Tzarich Lishmor Al Kosher (Need To Keep Fit) (1973, ISR), Tzarich Lishmor Al Kosher (Need To Keep Fit) (1994, ISR), Susan & Fran/Rainbow (2002, ISR), Ani Gitara (2004, ISR), Dudaim - Boxed Set (2009, ISR)

Dave Swarbrick: Whaler out of New Bedford (1962, USA), A Sailor's Garland (1962, USA), Farewell Nancy (1964, UK), The Fight Game (1967, UK), Rebellion! (1967, UK), Prince Heathen (1977, UK), The Travelling People (1969, UK), Sea Songs and Shanties (Topic Sampler 7) (1971, UK), Best of Scottish Folk (The Vintage Years Volume 3) (1978, UK), Both Sides Then (1979, UK) — (also see The Ian Campbell Folk Group)

Jimmy Sweeney: Come Listen Awhile (1998, CAN), Sailing Ships & Sailing Men (2000, CAN) — (also see Barley Bree)

Tom Sweeney: Little Isle Of Green (1990, USA) — (also see Barley Bree)

Sweeney's Men: Sweeney's Men (1968, UK), The Tracks of Sweeney's Men (1969, UK), Sweeney's Men (1978, IRL), The Legend of Sweeney's Men (1988, UK),

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Tara: The Rigs of the Times (1977, USA)

Cyril Tawney: A Pinch of Salt — British Sea Songs Old and New (1960, UK), Farewell Nancy (1964, UK), Folksound of Britain (1965, UK), The World of Folk (1971, UK), The World of Folk — Volume Two (1973, UK)

Allan Taylor: The Alex Campbell Tribute Concert (1997, UK), High Ground (1997, UK)

The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): The Three'ngers (2002, ISR)

Gibb Todd: The Kerries (1967, UK), Lochan (1983, UK), Connected (2000, UK)

Dave Travis: This Is Alex Campbell — Volume One (1971, UK), This is Alex Campbell — Volume Two (1971, UK), With The Greatest Respect (1987, UK)

Tri Yann: Tri Yann An Naoned (1972, FRA), La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance (1976, FRA)

Paddy Tunney: The Lark in the Morning (1956, USA), Songs of Courtship: The Folk Songs of Britain, Vol 1 (1961, USA), Jack of All Trades: The Folk Songs of Britain — Volume 3 (1961, USA), Sailormen & Servingmaids: The Folk Songs of Britain, Vol 6 (1961, USA), The Man of Songs (1962, USA), Topic Sampler No. 4 (1968, UK), Lough Erne Shore (1978, IRL)

Seán Tyrrell: Cry Of A Dreamer (1995, USA)

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Hannes Wader: Volkssänger (1975, DEU), The Farewell Album (1976, DEU), Folk Friends (1978, DEU), Folk Friends 2 (1981, DEU), Cut To The Chase (1997, DEU)

Brian Warfield: Celtic Exodus (1999, IRL) — (also see The Wolfe Tones)

Derek Warfield: Legacy (1995, USA) — (also see The Wolfe Tones)

Patsy Watchorn: The Pub with No Beer (1996, IRL), The Craic & Porter Too (1998, IRL), Shindig - Recorded Live at the Old Jameson Distillery (1998, IRL), Irish Pub Songs Collection (2001, IRL), The Very Best Of Patsy Watchorn (2002, IRL), Hearts On Fire (2003, IRL), Raglan Road & Dublin In My Tears (2003, IRL), Irish Rebel Heroes (2004, IRL), — (also see Quare Fellas, Dublin City Ramblers, The Dubliners & The Dublin Legends)

The Waterboys: Fisherman's Blues [LP] (1988, USA), [CD] (1988, USA)

Fred Wedlock: Frollicks (1973, UK)

Liam Weldon: Irish Folk Songs (1973, FRA), Dark Horse on the Wind (1976, IRL), Dark Horse on the Wind (2011, USA)

Bill Whelan: The Seville Suite (1992, IRL), The Seville Suite (1997, IRL)

The Whistlebinkies: The Whistlebinkies 2 (1980, IRL)

The Wild Geese: The Quays Of Galway Town (1976, DEU), Flight 2 (1979, DEU), In Full Flight (1985, DEU)

Colin Wilkie: Folk Music Festival (1982, DEU), Songs for Peace (1983, USA), Empty Chairs (1996, DEU)

Colin Wilkie & Shirley Hart: Sing Folk (1965, UK), Sea Shanties (1967, UK), Folk '68 (1968, UK)

Roy Williamson: The Long Journey South (1991, UK)

Martin Winsor: Hosts of the Troubadour with Friends (1971, UK)

Jah Wobble: Celtic Poets (1997, UK)

Terry Woods: Home Fire (1991, UK), — (also see The Bucks, Sweeney's Men & the Pogues)

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The Yarkon Trio (Gesher Hayarkon): First Love (1965, ISR), Israel Song Festival 1965 (1965, ISR), New Program (1965, ISR), The Dudaim's 10th Anniversary (1968, ISR), Jerusalem of Steel — More Songs Of The Six Days War (1967, ISR), The Yarkon Trio (1968, USA)

The Young Tradition: The Young Tradition (1967, USA)